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Election Commission of India Announces By-Elections for 13 Assembly Seats

New Delhi — The Election Commission of India (ECI) has scheduled by-elections for 13 vacated assembly seats across various states. The elections will take place on July 10, with the counting of votes set for July 13. Here’s a detailed timeline and list of constituencies:

Election Schedule:

Issue of Notification: June 14

Last Date of Filing Nomination: June 21

Scrutiny of Nominations: June 24

Last Date of Withdrawal of Candidature: June 26

Date of Poll: July 10

Counting of Votes: July 13

Constituencies and Reasons for By-Elections:

•Bihar:

Rupauli – Due to the resignation of Bima Bharti

•West Bengal:

Raiganj – Due to the resignation of Shri Krishna Kalyani

Ranaghat Dakshin – Due to the resignation of Dr. Mukut Mani Adhikari

Bagda – Due to the resignation of Biswajit Das

Maniktala – Due to the death of Sadhan Pandey

•Tamil Nadu:

Vikravandi – Due to the death of Thiru. N. Pugazhenthi

•Madhya Pradesh:

Amarwara – Due to the resignation of Shri Kamlesh Pratap Shah

•Uttarakhand:

Badrinath – Due to the resignation of Shri Rajendra Singh Bhandari

Manglaur – Due to the death of Shri Sarwat Karim Ansari

•Punjab:

Jalandhar West – Due to the resignation of Shri Sheetal Angura

•Himachal Pradesh:

Dehra – Due to the resignation of Shri Hoshyar Singh

Hamirpur – Due to the resignation of Shri Ashish Sharma

Nalagarh – Due to the resignation of Shri K.L. Thakur

These by-elections are necessitated due to the deaths or resignations of the incumbent members.

Model Code of Conduct (MCC)

The ECI has declared that the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) will come into effect immediately in the districts where these assembly constituencies are located. This is in line with standard procedures to ensure free and fair elections.

Political Impact

The by-elections are expected to be crucial, potentially impacting the political landscape and party standings in the respective states. Political parties are gearing up to contest these seats, aiming to strengthen their positions ahead of the General Elections in 2024.

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